As the final Tax Day under America’s old tax system looms, a new survey and study reveal significant misunderstandings about the newly passed income tax reforms, including whether it will be simpler and will save middle-income Americans money.
“The 2018 Florida Legislative Session was an important session for Florida’s future. The policy team at The James Madison Institute worked overtime in Tallahassee and beyond to inform state policymakers on efforts to advance limited government, free markets, and economic freedom..."
Florida has come quite a way since then. Examining just the past 20 years, the Sunshine State consistently has one of the best business climates in the United States, our education system is improving through public school reforms and the expansion of school choice, and our state government has one of the most efficient and effective operations in the entire country...
Why is that?
The answer lies in the decisions we made as a state over that period.
Read our latest Policy Brief: Structural Reform for a More Prosperous Florida: Common Sense Solutions for Better Government.